The Mill Casino partners with Quick Custom Intelligence

October 5, 2022
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The gaming technology company will provide Mill Casino with its Nimble Edition platform.

The Mill Casino, operated by the Coquille Indian Tribe in Oregon, has partnered with Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) to install the QCI Platform-Nimble Edition at its premises. The gaming platform aligns marketing, player development and casino operations into one data interface.

Mill Casino CEO Margaret Simpson commented: “Here at The Mill Casino, we are constantly looking for solutions to help us increase our positive interactions with our guests, and QCI's platform allows us to engage our team and guests with valuable information that drives the proper decisions and does it quickly."

The QCI Platform-Nimble edition aligns player development, marketing, and gaming with real-time operational tools developed for the gaming industry. The platform can encompass on-premises, hybrid, or cloud-based technology that enables fully coordinated activities for gaming enterprises.

QCI CEO Ralph Thomas commented that: “The Mill Casino, Hotel & RV Park's decision to select our Unified Gaming Platform shows the importance of continually developing products that truly fit our customer’s needs. The Nimble Edition was developed specifically for casinos with under 1,000 slots, allowing their hosts, marketing executives and casino operations teams to function in a modern, data-enriched environment.

With over 85 casino resorts in North America and over 4,000 sites worldwide utilizing QCI's Unified Gaming Platform, we are confident our proven product will continue to meet the growing needs of The Mill Casino, Hotel & RV Park."

The Mill Casino is located in North Bend, Oregon, on the shores of Coos Bay. It boasts over 200 waterfront hotel rooms and a modern waterfront RV park, as well as miles of beachfront and a golf course.

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